Luxaviation selects Honeywell as services and connectivity partner

posted on 30th May 2018 by Omar
Luxaviation selects Honeywell as services and connectivity partner

Luxaviation Group (booth N116), is announcing it will use Honeywell GoDirect to provide connectivity services across its fleet of business jets.

Honeywell GoDirect will supply Luxaviation’s aircraft with cockpit datalink, flight support and cabin connectivity services from nose to tail, as a result of the ever-increasing demand for connectivity and increased speed onboard.

Luxaviation stands to benefit from Honeywell GoDirect’s advanced and tailored connectivity solutions, access to both ARINC and SITA VHF networks and the new Flight Bag Pro app, with its Eurocontrol Routing Engine and airport plates and maps features.

David van den Langenbergh, Chief Technical Officer, Luxaviation Group, says: “We chose Honeywell GoDirect as our connectivity hardware and services partner because of its one-stop-shop solution, giving us peace of mind that operations will run smoothly.

The fact that Honeywell provides technical support all over the world was a trump card, because, as a leading international business aviation charter operator, the fact that we can get any issues resolved in any number of countries is essential.

“We are looking forward to rolling this service out across our fleet, enabling our pilots, customers and cabin crew to stay connected – enhancing and building on the world-class experience they have come to expect from the Luxaviation Group.”

Thinus Svendsen, Director Sales Europe, Honeywell GoDirect Services and Connectivity, says: “We are very proud to have been selected by Luxaviation Group to provide cabin airtime and cockpit connectivity services to its large fleet of aircraft.

We already have a great relationship with Luxaviation as a hardware supplier, but the expansion to the provision of airtime and connectivity services has greatly enhanced our relationship.

We are looking forward to working with Luxaviation to ensure their clients get the world-class in-flight connectivity that they expect.”